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Texas lane splitting law revisited

Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by fnfalman, Jan 3, 2006.

  1. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    A while back I posted a message that said Texas passed a lane splitting law and others have pointed out that the proposal didn't pass. But recently I read one of the popular American bike mags (it's either Cycle World, Motorcyclist or Sport Rider as they are the only three American bike mags I read) and they said that Texas did pass the lane splitting/lane sharing law.

    Can any Texan rider conform this?
     
  2. Rosey

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    I read the "UP" blurb in Cycle World about it passing. CW jumped the gun, apparently. I found this thread: http://forums.cycleworld.com/groupee/forums/a/tpc/f/2690019321/m/4730074721 in which CW editor David Edwards said:

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  3. I wish it was legal to split lanes in all 50 states. Part of the reasons I ride a scoot is to cut down on traffic congestion, so let me avoid the congestion by splitting the lanes.

    OK OK, that's the public reason for riding, the real reason is, I freaking love it!